We added six winners to our tally in November, taking us past the 140-winner mark for the year and over £4.4 million in prize-money, our second-highest seasonal total.
Light Speed followed his maiden win at Newcastle in October with a taking success in novice company at Wolverhampton this month, the step up to an extended mile proving no issue, with Will Carver once again doing the steering. A switch to handicap company awaits and he can continue to progress.
Popcorn Magic made a very promising winning debut at Lingfield Park, overcoming a tardy start and defying his inexperience to win with a bit in hand under David Probert. He is bred to stay well and could make up into a smart handicapper next year.
Having finished runner-up on her previous three starts, Silvretta was not winning out of turn when justifying long odds-on at Newcastle under P J McDonald, and she has since run creditably in defeat in handicap company. She has a wonderful pedigree and is a lovely broodmare prospect.
Scintillante held his form well in a fairly busy campaign and gained a deserved success at Kempton Park under David Probert, showing a good attitude in the process. He has since been sold and hopefully he can go on to further success for his new connections.
Topanga had been beaten just a head on debut at Kempton Park, so we were delighted to see the daughter of Siyouni go one better on her second start, winning in fine style under Oisin Murphy. She looks a classy prospect.
Alacrity made it third time lucky with an improved performance upped to 1m2f at Lingfield Park, making all in the hands of Oisin Murphy and relishing the extra yardage. The daughter of first-season sire Study Of Man is a half-brother to four black-type fillies and there should be plenty more to come from her next term.